Ex TASUED Vc, Now UNILAG Professor In Sex Scandal Allegation 

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In just a few weeks after the “sex for marks” scandal which involved an Obafemi Awolowo University lecturer, another female from the department of English Language in the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has come out to expose a UNILAG professor by name PROFESSOR OUSEGUN AWONUSI who has allegedly been molesting female students. the man who was also a former vice chancellor Of Tai Solarin University Of Education And Also One Time Commissioner For Education In Ogun State Was Accused a An Unnamed Female Student

 she revealed:

“I have been suffering this for months now. Whenever students go to his office for anything he is always trying to touch you. I took pictures of him on one of the days I entered his office. He has made molestation a part of him. I’m even scared for my life in Unilag. That’s why I’m reaching out to you so he can be stopped.

He is a UNILAG professor in the English department, Faculty of Arts. I am not his first victim. He does this all the time to students. I have completely given up when it comes to academics he has failed me on tests before. When I talked to him concerning it he told me I should know what to do I am an adult. I feel so dirty for even allowing such an old man touch me. But he doesn’t even care.

As long as you satisfy his wants. I’m tired of everything. He should be stopped before he ruins the lives of other innocent girls in that English department. When he touches me I am always in tears but it doesn’t stop him. Please, this is why I am reaching out all I want is for him to be stopped. He is destroying the mental state of girls in Unilag.

I just want him stopped. I reached out because I don’t want him to continue molesting girls. The English department is like a cult. The lecturers have information amongst themselves. They talk about the girls they have slept with and the ones they plan to sleep with. It has been going on for years.”

This is such an unfortunate development and we hope that the government and stakeholders in education can look into this depressing trend.

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